Ryan Hayes: Michigan has ‘complete confidence' in offense with or without Blake Corum
Ryan Hayes is well aware that Michigan may be without star RB Blake Corum for The Game. However, he explained how confident the team is in the rest of the players.
Corum left the Illinois game with a left knee injury and it’s unclear whether or not he’ll be playing against Ohio State.
Hayes doesn’t expect Michigan to make changes to its offensive identity and trusts the other players on the team.
“We have complete confidence in the QB room and WR room,” said Hayes.
Michigan OT Ryan Hayes says he doesn’t expect the Wolverines to change their offensive identity (bully ball) based on Blake Corum’s availability. But if J.J. McCarthy has to throw the ball 40-plus times, “We have complete confidence in the QB room and WR room.” pic.twitter.com/kxvqtlqdPt
— Jimmy Watkins (@JimmyWatkins95) November 21, 2022
Hayes also understands how this game will determine what B1G East team will be in the B1G title game. There’s a lot on the line for both teams.
“It’s win or go home at this point,” said Hayes. “All we’re trying to do is win.”
Ryan Hayes: “It’s win or go home at this point. All we’re trying to do is win.”
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No matter what Michigan’s plan for Ohio State are, Hayes will be ready to block. The Game will begin at noon ET and is going to be shown on FOX.